EA has announced the games that will be joining its EA Access Vault on Xbox One and Origin Access Vault on PC over the next few months.
The first title, and only one for which we have a firm date, will be FIFA 17, the latest installment in the EA Sports soccer series. That will be available to Access subscribers on April 21st on both PC and Xbox One.
From there, the schedule splits up by platform and gets vague on timing, only promising that these titles will arrive before the end of June. EA Access is getting Dragon Age: Origins and Medal of Honor: Airborne, both Xbox 360 games playable on Xbox One through backward compatibility. Over on PC, Origin Access will be adding Pony Island, Command & Conquer The Ultimate Collection, Hacknet, and Orwell.
As usual, when these games join the Vault, they’ll be available to paying subscribers of each program—EA Access on Xbox One and Origin Access on PC—at no additional cost. Subscribers get the full version of each games and can play as much as they want for as long as they shell out their $5 a month (or $30 a year).